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Panop Koonwat “Cupidiculous”

Bangkok native and former TBWA Thailand art director, Panop Koonwat weaves 2D cel and 3D animation techniques into a riveting short for his School of Visual Arts MFA thesis film, wrapping his message about “overpopulation, overconsumption and global warming” into a manic/comic tale starring Adam and Eve and [Read more]

Stash 105 = 100 Minutes of Awesome

Stash 105 showcases the planet’s top design, animation and VFX studios plus breakout young motion talent, adding another 31 outstanding video projects to the permanent collection. Carefully curated since 2004, the Stash library now features over 4,000 exceptional films and behind the scenes features, with [Read more]

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James Heredia “Liars Need Good Memory”

James Heredia, a senior in the Motion Design program at Ringling College of Art + Design, mines his experiences growing up in Miami for this emotional and graphically striking graduation film. “I’ve always had a hard time trying to fit in with the ‘right’ crowd, so the notion of crafting an image to appeal to the [Read more]

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SVA 2014 Motion Graphics Portfolio Screening

The 2014 SVA Motion Graphics seniors held their portfolio screening last week in NY and here’s what friends, family and industry pro’s witnessed: 38 minutes of very diverse work from 21 talented students. [Read more]

Hili Noy and Shimi Asresay “Strange Fruit”

If you’re familiar with the song “Strange Fruit,” made indelible by Billie Holiday in 1939, you already know the theme of this tense and emotional animated short created by Shimi Asresay and Hili Noy as their graduation film from Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem.

“The story discusses the question of the personal conscience of each of us, versus the education we receive from our families and environment. Can we really insist on our personal belief system, when what we must believe in, is dictated to us? The film presents how easily we acquire fear and hatred of foreigners, as well as how easily we might become the ‘strangers’ and ‘others’ ourselves.” [Read more]